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Where it's from: Galicia, Spain

Producer: Costas y Miñan

These scallops are savory and hearty in a traditional, full-bodied sauce with a floral note that lingers like a sip of jasmine tea. Excellent broiled on toast or over rice topped with fresh herbs. A whole meal in a can.

Ingredients: Scallops, olive oil, tomato, vinegar, onion, spices

What you get: One 3.9oz (110g) tin

These scallops were grown on floating rafts using rope culture before being harvested by mariscadoras. Shellfishing in Galicia is highly restricted, so licenses are often passed down through generations, often staying within families. We've chosen to source the highest quality grade of shellfish for this Mariscadora line. Harvesting and canning production are entirely dictated by the seasons and the health of the shellfish stocks, meaning that no two years will look exactly alike. For example, if it's an off-year for cockles, Costas y Miñan will cap production and produce fewer tins. They refuse to supplement from fisheries in farther flung waters to fill their coffers, ultimately leaving money on the table. This is what sourcing from a single origin truly means, and is why these products are so special.

Island Creek x Mariscadora Scallops in Vieira Sauce

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Where it's from: Galicia, Spain

Producer: Costas y Miñan

These scallops are savory and hearty in a traditional, full-bodied sauce with a floral note that lingers like a sip of jasmine tea. Excellent broiled on toast or over rice topped with fresh herbs. A whole meal in a can.

Ingredients: Scallops, olive oil, tomato, vinegar, onion, spices

What you get: One 3.9oz (110g) tin

These scallops were grown on floating rafts using rope culture before being harvested by mariscadoras. Shellfishing in Galicia is highly restricted, so licenses are often passed down through generations, often staying within families. We've chosen to source the highest quality grade of shellfish for this Mariscadora line. Harvesting and canning production are entirely dictated by the seasons and the health of the shellfish stocks, meaning that no two years will look exactly alike. For example, if it's an off-year for cockles, Costas y Miñan will cap production and produce fewer tins. They refuse to supplement from fisheries in farther flung waters to fill their coffers, ultimately leaving money on the table. This is what sourcing from a single origin truly means, and is why these products are so special.